•  Grants approved 2017-2018
    The Neshaminy Education Foundation approved nine classroom grants in November 2017 for a total of $12.407. The purpose of these grants is to provide funding for new and innovative materials and programs throughout the district. Neshaminy staff members were encouraged to apply for the grants in December, and the awardees were able to begin ordering and using their approved materials immediately.
     The grant recipients are:
    • Leanne Raab at Buck ES, Primary STEM Challenges
    • Justin Bursk at Hoover ES, Art Rocks - Rocks of Kindness
    • Susan Wendling and Allison Crisp, Tawanka ES - DreamBox Math
    • Kate Irizarry and John McFadden, Maple Point MS - Sensory room materials supporting an inclusive school environment
    • Jackie Rippert and Cheryl Bedesem at Neshaminy HS - supplies for a student craft fair (partial)
    • Brian Walter, Hank OppenheimerSteve McCaugheyJosh Elliottand Brian Suter, Neshaminy HS - Code Red STEAM education project packs
    • Dana Puskas, Neshaminy HS - Inorganic / organic chemistry student model kits
    • Siri Sammartino, Neshaminy HS - Special Q-Ball microphone for Philosophical Chairs Debate activity in law classes
    • Melissa Bauerle, Neshaminy HS - NearPod Premium licenses providing digital access to thousands of lessons, content and activities

    STEAM kits

    K-Hall Craft Fair at NHS